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Cinque Torri di Averau Dolomites

Cinque Torri ("Five Towers" sometimes named also Cinque Torri di Averau; German: Fünf Türme) comprise a small rock formation belonging to Nuvolao group in the Dolomiti Ampezzane (part of the Eastern Dolomites) north-west of San Vito di Cadore and south-west of Cortina d'Ampezzo.

Cinque Torri, as all the other mountains in the area, are made of dolomite, with a particular pale grey colour. The group is formed by five towers (which give the name to the mountain) with a maximum elevation of 2.361 m (Torre Grande). Every "tower" has its own name:

- Torre Grande, the highest one has three very appealing peaks for rock climbers: Cima Nord, Cima Sud e Cima Ovest;
- Torre Seconda, also named Torre del Barancio or Torre Romana;
- Terza Torre, or Torre Latina;
- Quarta Torre, formed by two blocks of rock with different height, respectively called then Torre Quarta Bassa and Torre Quarta Alta;
- Quinta Torre, or Torre Inglese.

Source: wikipedia

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Copyright: Cristian Marchi
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Taken: 22/07/2020
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Tags: mountain; hiking; trekking; climbing; nature; dolomites; outdoor; cortina
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